Teaching and Learning in the Flipped Classroom of Communication Arts Major Students in the Basic Television Production Course at Thepsatri Rajabhat University
Keywords:21st century skills, Flipped Classroom
The study of teaching and learning employing the flipped classroom method in an Introduction to Basic Television Production course for Communication Arts majored students at Thepsatri Rajabhat University, aims to: 1) determine the students’ learning achievement after going through the learning course using the flipped classroom method and 2) to investigate their satisfactions toward the learning method. The samples were twenty students majoring in Communication Arts who enrolled in an Introduction to Basic Television Production course. They were sampled by the purposive sampling. The research instruments using in the study included: (1) the flipped classroom lesson plans; (2) the learning achievement test and (3) the satisfaction evaluation questionnaire. The descriptive statistics used to analyze the data included mean, standard deviation and T-test. The results showed that: (1) the student samples gained the higher level of learning achievement after learning through the course using the flipped classroom method with the statistical significance at .05 and (2) they also had the high level of satisfaction on the learning method.